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    Anybody (Flip) ride today?

    is it totally hosed?

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    not hosed.

    some guys I work with did a ride this morning, said it rained on them but the trails were in great shape, and looking at their bikes, i agree, just some wet sand, no mud. they did Kestral, and down bobs.
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    Sweet!!

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    98 - Does this mean you're riding today? If so, give me a call.

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    can you guys really flip ride your bike....bomb!

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    Kpolla - may be a night ride as I can't get out of here until about 4:45. I'll call at that time or if you can go earlier go for it!

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    The trails are a wet slppy mess - a swirling mass of goo and poo. Don't even bother looking. Go gets some knitting needles and call it a year.
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    Dirk, yer one strange fella on here at least!

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    I went for a run this morning in the military reserve... Bucks is too wet to ride. That was before it rained pretty much all day. I went last night though, and it was good. These trails dry out really quick, so if the rain holds off overnight (not likely) it may be ok tomorrow.

    BTW- no flippin ride today... he's on a plane
    Whenever I haul a$$ I have to take two trips.

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    thanks RRB. Where's Gary headed or where did he go?

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    travelin' man...

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrdr98
    thanks RRB. Where's Gary headed or where did he go?
    I'm back to life on the road for a few weeks.... i'm home now however... at least until Monday...

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    Just did a ride with my demons.

    The wet areas are wet, the fudgy areas fudgy, and the dry areas were dry. The poop was abundant...but it was coyote crap. However, it was all natural. Organic even. I don't see why people want to landfill it.

    My demons no longer haunt me....for now. I think they are touching.
    ...building wherever they'll let me...

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    let freedom ring!
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    visi.

    where did you ride today, I am going in a few hours probably kestral/bobs/hulls.
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